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Deafblind International World Conference
Able Australia hosts Deafblind International World Conference, 12 - 16 August 2019
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Able Australia hosts Deafblind International World Conference

From 12 – 16 August, the Gold Coast, Australia is playing host to over 400 people representing 30 different countries from across the international deafblind community – a condition that impacts almost 500,000 Australians.

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Bostik pays Able an exciting visit

After contacting Bostik to let them know about the incredible ways their Blu Tack product is used in our art therapy sessions, they wanted to come down and see it for themselves. Thanks for coming by to visit, Bostik!

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Deafblind Camp another great success

Able’s annual Deafblind Camp gives Deafblind people from around the country a time and place to come together in a safe environment with 24/7 support.  “It’s the only time we can truly be ourselves,” one camper said.

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